The work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh has influenced generations Free of architects and designers around the world. His innovative design, and the fact that
The work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh has influenced generations Free
of architects and designers around the world. His innovative design, and the fact that his work was not always appreciated, has meant the race is on to ensure his buildings are preserved for future generations. Philip Long, chief executive of the National Trust for Scotland, describes the ground-breaking work underway to preserve Mackintosh’s domestic masterpiece The Hill House, as well as examining more broadly this Scottish genius of design.
Refreshments will be served.
Presented by The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA, American Federation of Arts, and the Scottish Affairs Office
(Friday) 3:00 pm
19 E 26th St, New York, NY 10010
The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USABased in Boston, The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA is a membership organization with supporters from all 50 states. We are connected by our interest in conserving the 125 irreplaceable landscapes and historic sites cared for by the National Trust for Scotland, including: The humble cottage where Scotland’s Bard, Robert Burns, was born Over 178,000 acres of Scottish countryside, home to rare wildlife and world-famous landscapes like Glencoe Culloden Battlefield, the site of Bonnie Prince Charlie’s last stand 38 major gardens that feature both local flora and plants collected from across the globe by Scottish explorers The island of Iona, known as the cradle of Christianity, where the Book of Kells may have been written Baronial castles, architectural treasures, and even a tenement house The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA is a 501(c)(3) registered in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Federal Tax ID No. 04-3511088).https://ntsusa.org/